Mississippi State 95, Vanderbilt 50, women's basketball final

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For Starkville Daily News

The historical season for the No. 2 Mississippi State women’s basketball team achieved another milestone Thursday night.

With a dominating win against Vanderbilt in Memorial Gymnasium, MSU clinched a share of the Southeastern Conference regular-season championship for the first time in program history. The Bulldogs also secured the top seed in the conference tournament.

MSU can win the title outright by winning one of its final three regular-season games. Next up is Texas A&M Sunday in Humphrey Coliseum.

The Bulldogs continued their best start in program history by moving to 27-0 overall and 13-0 in conference play. The conference win total matches last season’s school-record mark of 13-3. Vanderbilt fell to 6-21 and 2-11.

For more on MSU's victory at Vanderbilt, see Friday's print edition of The Starkville Daily News or continue reading starkvilledailynews.com.